28 Apr 2022
Author : InfoPro Community Manager
New MLex® Reports: Key Insights from the IAPP Global Privacy Summit and 2022 ABA Antitrust Law Spring Meeting
IAPP Global Privacy Summit
From a gathering of a few hundred people in a hotel lobby nearly a decade ago, the International Association of Privacy Professionals Global Privacy Summit has grown into a massive affair, with 4,500 attendees in Washington this month—a growth that mirrors the growing regulatory importance of data protection.
MLex® journalists from around the world attended almost all of the panel discussions, bringing our subscribers the latest from a multitude of prominent speakers, including Apple CEO Tim Cook, who sought to enlist the privacy community to push back against antitrust-fueled efforts to force Apple to allow apps from outside into App Store, and U.S. Federal Trade Commission chairwoman Lina Khan, who delivered her first privacy-focused speech, vowing to continue the quest for innovative enforcement strategies in the digital space.
Delegates also heard from the new U.K. Information Commissioner John Edwards, who said his office would stick to a risk-based approach. Christopher Hoff, the lead U.S. negotiator in the effort to replace the E.U.-U.S. Privacy Shield, and Microsoft’s Brad Smith, who predicted that Canberra, Brussels, Seoul or London will likely beat Washington to the idea of creating a specialized digital regulator.
LexisNexis® is delighted to present you with thepecial report from MLex, containing key insights from the conference and unrivalled analysis of emerging global themes in data protection, providing a snapshot of the comprehensive coverage that MLex brings subscribers every day. Click here to download the report.
2022 ABA Antitrust Law Spring Meeting
If your Antitrust Attorneys missed the 2022 ABA Antitrust Law Spring Meeting on April 5-6 in Washington D.C., don’t worry, MLex has you covered. MLex journalists from around the world attended almost all the panel discussions.
We are delighted to present you with our comprehensive report on key insights from the conference and emerging themes in antitrust from around the world, organized as follows:
- US Antitrust Trends, pages 10-46
- US Cartel Enforcement, pages 48-57
- US Merger Control, pages 59-78
- US Privacy & IP Trends, pages 81-90
- International Perspectives, pages 92-121.
Click here to download the report.
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